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Ramon Allones Specially Selected

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Ramon Allones Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (Without cellophane) Boxes of 25. Slide Lid Box: Boxes of 25.

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Review #38: I have made a custom of mine, whenver I try out a new cigar to enjoy it at the Dionyssos cafeteria, under the shadow of the Acropolis in Athens, overshadowed by the ancient words of wisdom. It relaxes me to the fullest and let me enjoy the flavours better. This has to be the most complex and strong Robusto I have ever tried, together with the Cohiba. A very complex cigar which starts strong from the first puff. Tastes of tropical wet earth, wood, and animal smells. The middle gets smoother with spice, tastes of amber and wet leaves. Finishes off with hints of coccoa, espresso, dry chocolate. An amazing cigar, with consistent taste throughout all the productions runs I have tried out. Feelings of satisfaction, fullfillment, enjoyment, aggresiveness. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on June 10, 2005

Review #37: This in my opinion is the best robusto! The full flavour with coffee/chocolate and a great finish. I would put this over the Cohiba robusto..specially for the price. - Submitted by avfan67 on May 7, 2005

Review #36: How would you rate the Ramon Allones Robustos vis Partagas Serie D No. 4 or Bolivar Royal Corona? I am contemplating a box of Feb. 2005 [which obviously I will have to age for some time anyhow]. - Submitted by redleg on May 6, 2005

Review #35: Factory Code SLA Date: Mar03. Recommended by my usual merchant as being his favourite robusto. I am delighted I took his advice. This cigar is DELICIOUS. Not too strong, very smooth, woody, creamy, chocolate and coffee, the flavour is delivered in a very powerful but controlled way. Reviewer #31 is absolutely right, they get creamier as they go down. This box of 25 won\'t last me long, I\'d better order another couple of boxes now! ENJOY - Submitted by peter bond on April 11, 2005

Review #34: I just recently smoked one RASS from a box dated JUN 04. It was lovely, full of aromas, burning very well. So I beg to differ with Review #30 with respect to these needing at least two years of age. - Submitted by MM on April 9, 2005

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